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By jdclyde ·
First, Discussions. I almost NEVER go into a topic and then look for discussions. It is mostly from "HOT", "NEW", or "Posts from my contacts".

Because of this, I have no idea what the topic is the discussion is posted under. Why isn't this listed SOMEWHERE on the page? Ideally where it lists "Top Members in topic". What topic is that? Change it to "Top poster in Network Administration" or something. Can always shorten it to NetAdmin or Gen Tech.

Second, instead of listing just the top tags, is there a place to see a list of ALL tags?

Sort by usage AND alphabetically would be GREAT!

I am still waiting for "Blogs by my contacts" in my contacts page!

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that's where we are though.

by ITgirli In reply to Real men don't cry...

The terrorists are attacking our country and now another country. They've been attacking their own for years. But since it's just America that sees a problem with it, we're left to go on our own to stop this from happening again. Maybe if some of these countries would help rather than criticize, the bombing in London would nevr have happened. We live in a world of cowards. Cowardly terrorists that hide and kill, cowardly countries that are fine letting the terrorists kill. As long as it's not happening to them, why should they worry. If time travel was possible, I would like to go back in time and make sure everyone in france spoke german. All we have done for that country, and this is what we get. Yes, they helped us through the revolution, but that was apparently when they had balls. America is the reason they're not speaking german, America is the reason they received money to rebuild their country. And what do the french do to thank us? They don't pay off their debt, they call us snooty, fat, lazy Americans, they let the terrorists run free, and they think they're better than us. They wouldn't be here if it weren't for America. I have two words for the weasely, snail-eating, cheese-smelling, bad-wine-making, filthy surrender monkey:
Lance Armstrong.

Lance Armstrong: proof that a one-balled American can repeatedly kick the crap out of a group of no-balled frenchmen.

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girli

by M_a_r_k In reply to Real men don't cry...

How do you REALLY feel about the whiny, snot-nosed French? The real problem is the United NATIONS is spineless and toothless, and the United STATES has had to do the UN's job. The trouble with being the only one who CAN do something us that you feel obligated to actually do something. And all the other ****-ant countries around the planet except the Brits (gotta love those Brits!) are content to idly sit back and ***** about us and watch our soldiers get killed. We're damned if we do and damned if we don't. Case in point: why did the U.S. have to go into Kosovo and clean up a mess in the Europeans' own back yard? I'm not sure how I feel about the Iraq situation. There are two sides to that coin. We're there now and sure as **** can't run away. But in hindsight, going in almost alone was a mistake. There again, it was a UN issue to begin with when Saddam kept stalling and pushing around the weapons inspectors. He basically thumbed his nose at the world and the world let him do it. If the fool woulda come clean and admitted he had no weapons and abided by the UN resolutions, this whole mess never would have happened. But damnit, why in the **** were we forced into going it alone? If more countries would have shown some backbone and called his bluff, this whole mess never would have happened either.

BTW -- your "ballsy" comment about Lance and the French...OUCH!

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yeah. I'm special.

by ITgirli In reply to Real men don't cry...

We do it alone because someone has to and we have the balls. screw everyone else, let's take out the trash.

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re: special

by M_a_r_k In reply to Real men don't cry...

girli, I like your saucy, sassy, brassy, take-no-prisoners, tell-it-like-is, kick-em-in-the-***, don't-give-a-crap, go-to-**** style! This country is going to finally elect a female president one of these days. Can I be your vice-president?

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Sure!

by ITgirli In reply to Real men don't cry...

It's nice to know that there is someone out there as ****-retentive about their grammar as I am.

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by M_a_r_k In reply to Real men don't cry...

On second thought, I don't want to be VP because they don't do anything except get made fun of. I'd rather be Secretary of Defense so I can be in charge of kicking terrorist *** whenever the need arises, which these days is pretty damn often. I couldn't be Secretary of State because I'm too crass, crude and rude.

Re: **** rententiveness...you must have read my post in the tech writer's discussion. Or is my AR-ness is that obvious?

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Well, now that you got bit by OZ

by jdclyde In reply to Real men don't cry...

you have passed your initiation! Welcome welcome welcome!

He jumped and you jumped right back. I can see you should be a good fit!

B-)

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NOTE to James

by jdclyde In reply to Real men don't cry...

the post that Oz bit on was Mark replying to me giving him a hard time about being a texan.

He answered me, with Mr. Oz not realizing the tone of the message and he bit and the hook was set.

With the mesage in context, it was just giving as good as he was getting. The rest was just collatoral damage.

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jd

by M_a_r_k In reply to Real men don't cry...

First of all, thanks for welcoming me aboard! I think I'll like it here. Where else can one find tech discussions and random crap discussions mixed together on the same website?

Second, James and I have come to an understanding about the unfortunate turn of events with the Oz-man. I think we're pals now. We should all live and let live. Everyone is different and has unique perspectives and unique ways of stating their viewpoint. And same goes for interpreting what someone writes. People are too quick to jump down someone's throat if that person questions something or states his/her own unpopular opinion about certain topics. One of these days, I may start a tongue-in-cheek discussion with a title such as "I hate <fill in the blank with any politically charged topic such as abortion, gays, the French, the Iraq war,....>" and see what kind of vitriolic threads arise from that. I am willing to bet $4 that if the tone of the title would be "I love <whatever>", the ensuing discussion would be less bitter and more friendly. People are wierd.

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Girli! Do you have anything sharp to declare?

by neilb@uk In reply to Hi! And welcome!

Just your tongue!

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